Campus Happenings

  •   NDSU senior Laura Jennen, a hospitality and tourism management major, has been selected for the prestigious National Association of College and University Food Services’ Clark E. DeHaven Scholarship for 2019. Only three awards were presented t

  •   NDSU’s men’s and women’s golf teams each had a selection to the Summit League Academic All-League Teams announced May 22. For the second-straight year, Andrew Israelson was named to the team. Taylor McCorkle from the women’s team earned a spot

  • Dickinson State held the annual Celebration of Scholars event Saturday, April 13, 2019, on the University’s campus. Interdisciplinary, collaborative and student-centered, the conference is integral to the university’s mission to “support scholarly an

  •   North Dakota consumers can share their experiences in a multistate research study about their interaction with health insurance and the health care system. “This research project is a chance for consumers to make their voices heard about

  •   Jessica Jensen’s career focuses on how we prepare and respond to emergencies, disasters and catastrophes. She has been a tenure-track faculty member at NDSU since 2011. Jensen has developed or taught more than 12 courses, ranging from Vulnerab

  • WILLISTON, N.D. – Four Williston State College students have advanced to the next phase of Cyber FastTrack, a free online cybersecurity program for college students and graduates. Hundreds of colleges and universities from 25 states are competing in

  •   A group of NDSU engineering students placed second overall and won several other honors at the 2019 NASA Robotic Mining Competition held in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, May 6-10. Among the awards the team collected are: • IEEE Innovation Award • Cater

  • Dickinson State University (DSU) held its annual faculty and staff award ceremony May 2, 2019. This event, which was first held in 1988, is an opportunity for the University to celebrate the accomplishments and service of faculty and staff. More than

  •   Susan Ray-Degges, professor and interior design program coordinator, has been named a fellow of the American Society of Interior Designers. It is the society’s highest honor, with less than 1 percent of its members attaining the level. “I am t

  •   A new scholarship benefiting NDSU College of Engineering students has been established in honor of Don Anderson, a longtime professor of civil engineering. The Dr. Donald Anderson Scholarship Endowment was created through a generous gift from

  •   Students from the NDSU Challey School of Music recently excelled during the National Association of Teachers of Singing, known as NATS, competition for both the South Dakota and North Dakota chapters. In South Dakota, NDSU singers won five awa

  •   NDSU cereal science doctoral students Minwei Xu and Yang Lan were honored at the 2019 American Oil Chemists’ Society meeting in St. Louis May 6-8. Xu was awarded the Lipid Oxidation and Quality Division Excellent Poster Award for his poster, ”